“Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi”, is a new buddy comedy film directed by Pellichoopulu fame Tharun Bhascker. The man who brought Telangana slang, culture, into TFI with his first film. And now Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi is creating a lot of buzz about T-slang in this movie too.
“Naa chavu nenu chastha, niku enduku”, ee dialogue gurthundi ga, Telangana slang lo kaushik cheppina ee dialogue entha famous aiyyindo mana andariki telusu. Not only dialogue but whole film telangana slang tho TFI lo trend set chesindi. Pellichoopulu movie Kanna mundey Sekharkammula thana “Life Is Beautiful” movie lo Nagaraju character tho full-length Telangana slang introduce chesaru. Before that Srihari and Telangana Shakuntala lanti vallu small length characters lo t-slang tho movie roles chesi audience ni entertain chesaru.
Let’s check individuals who influenced Telangana slang, culture, rituals in TFI industry.
Srihari puttindi Vijayawada lo ina tana childhood antha Hyderabad lo ne gadichindi. Ikkada Telangana slang ki habituated ayyina Srihari movies lo kuda aa slang tho ranincharu ani cheppali. Dhee movie lo Shankar goud character, King movie lo Gnaneshwar Bhai characters and Brindavanam lo “Nayana Anna vacchindey” lanti powerful dialogues with original T-slang tho screen mida Srihari garu Tollywood movies lo t-slang pillars vesaru ani cheppali.
Peru ki mundey Telangana ani prefix undi antey Shakuntala gari dialogues aa range lo undevi. Nuvvu Nenu, okkadu, Sainikudu, lakshmi, films lo amey cheppina t-slang dialogues malli inthavaraku ae female actress ala perform cheyyaledu ani cheppali.
He is the one who started new age cinema with T-dialects, culture, in his first flick. Pellichoopulu has become the trendsetter in terms of adopting Telangana basha, yasa, gripping story and youthful narration with characters like Kaushik (Priyadarshi), and Prashanth (Vijay). His second film “Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi” trailer also reveals that the film is totally loaded with Telangana flavour.
Vijay Deverakonda, definite ga ee roju vasthunna telangana slang based movies ki inspiration vijay character in Pellichoopulu and Arjun Reddy ane cheppali. Vijay is basically telangana born and bought up in hyderabad, which made it easy for him to connect with Telangana with his robust usage of T-slang.
Pellichoopulu lo characters andaru almost T-slang dialects cheppi TFI lo stereotype ni break chesindi. Ee movie lo main ga Priyadarshe character tho cheppinchina telangana yasa dialogues, movie success ki key role ani cheppali. Those catchy one liners like “Naa savu nenu chastha niku enduku”, time ki tinta time ki panta, dialogues ki audience thrill aiyyaru.
Arjun Reddy is a bold and cult movie with some raw Telangana dialect dialogues delivered by Movie lead Vijay and Supporting role Rahul Ramakrishna. Ee movie lo Rahul cheppina original t-slang dialogues ki audience baaga connect aiyyaru.
Sekhar garu pellichoopulu kanna mundey “Life Is Beautiful” movie lo Nagaraju character tho full length telangana slang introduce chesaru. And aa taruvatha tana direction lo vacchina Fidaa movie is based on whole telangana rural culture and traditions. Sai pallavi own voice dub chesi cheppina t-slang dialogues ee movie success lo key role ani cheppocchu. Only movie leads ea kadu movie lo almost characters t-slang lo ne matladaru, not only slang movie mottham Telangana culture, rituals and tradition antha clear ga chupincharu sekhar kammula garu.
Badmash Balisinda raa… ee okka dialogue chalu, sai pallavi t-slang entha correct ga deal chesindo chappadaniki. Telugu native actors ea t-slang dialogues cheyadaniki konchem hesitate avtharu, alantidi vere state nundi vacchi t-slang ni same Telangana people ela avtey matladtharo alane act chesi dubbing cheppadam anedi great thing. Ee process lo sekhar gariki kuda credits ivvali but enthaina aa actress aa commitment and dedication mecchukovalsindey.